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Friday, October 17, 2008

Who is William Kristol?

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This is part of a Wikipedia article on :William Kristol (born December 23, 1952 in New York City is an American Political analyst and commentator. He is the founder and editor of the political magazine The Weekly Standard, a regular commentator on the Fox News Channel, and an op-ed columnist for the New York Times.

Kristol was born into a Jewish family; his father Irving Kristol served as the managing editor of Commentary magazine and is considered by some as the father of neoconservatism; his mother Gertrude Himmelfarb was a scholar of Victorian literature. He graduated in 1970 from The Collegiate School, a preparatory school for boys located in Manhatten.

In 1973, Kristol received a B.A. from Harvard, graduating magna cum laude in three years. In 1976, he worked as deputy issues director for Patrick Moynihan's New York Democratic primary campaign for a U.S. Senate seat. Kristol received Ph.D. in government, also from Harvard, in 1979. During his first year of graduate school, Kristol shared a room with a fellow government doctoral candidate Alan Keyes, whose unsuccessful 1988 Maryland Senatorial campaign against Paul Sarbanes Kristol would later run in.
Kristol is married to Susan Scheinberg.

Kristol is associated with a number of conservatively aligned think tanks: he was chairman of the
New Citizenship Project from 1997 to 2005. He cofounded the neoconservative Project for the New American Century (PNAC) in 1997 with Robert Kagan, Jeb Bush is amemberof this group, he is a member of the board of trustees for the free-market Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, and he is a member of the Policy Advisory Board for the neoconservative Ethics and Public Policy Center. Kristol has also been an attendee at Bilerberg Group conferences.
He currently serves as a foreign policy advisor to Senator
John McCain's presidential campaign.

He served as chairman of the Project for the Republican Future from 1993 to 1994, and as the director of the Bradley Project at the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee in 1993. Kristol first made his mark as leader of the Project for the Republican Future, a conservative think tank, and rose to fame as a conservative opinion maker during the battle over the Clinton health care plan.

Kristol was "perhaps the most outspoken supporter of the Iraq War". On September 18, 2002, he declared that a war in Iraq "could have terrifically good effects throughout the Middle East." A day later, he said Saddam Hussein was "past the finish line" in developing nuclear weapons. On February 20, 2003, he said of Saddam: "He's got weapons of mass destruction ... Look, if we free the people of Iraq we will be respected in the Arab world." On March 1, 2003 — 18 days before the invasion of Iraq — Kristol dismissed the possibility of sectarian conflict afterward.

He also said, "Very few wars in American history were prepared better or more thoroughly than this one by this president." He maintained that the war would cost $100 billion to $200 billion, but this was inaccurate, as the cost is now about half a trillion dollars. On March 5, 2003, Kristol said, "We'll be vindicated when we discover the weapons of mass destruction."

In 2003, just as the Iraq War was starting, Kristol appeared on the National Public Radio show Fresh Air and made the following statement: "There's been a certain amount of pop sociology in America ... that the Shia can't get along with the Sunni and the Shia in Iraq just want to establish some kind of Islamic fundamentalist regime. There's almost no evidence of that at all. Iraq's always been very secular."

Kristol also wrote a book "The War Over Iraq" with Lawrence Kaplan before the Iraq War and stated that: "The United States may need to occupy Iraq for some time.
Though U.N., European and Arab forces will, as in Afghanistan, contribute troops, the principal responsibility will doubtless fall to the country that liberates Baghdad. According to one estimate, initially as many as 75,000 troops may be required to police the war's aftermath, at a cost of $16 billion a year.

As other countries' forces arrive, and as Iraq rebuilds its economy and political system, that force could probably be drawn down to several thousand soldiers after a year or two." These analyses have proven hugely inaccurate: The war in Iraq costs approximately $12 billion a month, and American forces there number about 150,000.

He has also been a vocal supporter of the 2006 Israeli attack on Lebanon, stating that the war is "our war too," referring to the United States. He continues to back the Iraq war, and favors imposing sanctions on Iran, and suggested in June of 2006 that, "we might consider countering this act of Iranian aggression with a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities. Why wait?".

This is the man that McCain would most likely have in his cabinet as an advisor. This man scares me to death. He and Bush lied to US about Iraq and he wants to bomb Iran, do we need this type of man in a position of power in this country? I say look up who the other advisers are for McCain and you will see what I mean. On november 4th you can make your voice heard, make sure to go out and vote.


This is Elmysterio and I’m out

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Lets just let this go.

There is something that I find funny some of you don't believe that Mason and Markus were raped. Yet you believe that he has the wallet of the person who raped him and you also believe that he did not press charges. How can you be so sure of any of this?

This is what I find interesting if they went to the trouble to file a police report and to go to the hospital to get a rape exam only to turn right around and lie to the world then nothing that he has said is true.

So my question then is what is the big deal, if he lied then his credibility will be ruined.
Why are we then arguing about it? I say fuck it and let the police deal with it. If the rape really occured then the police will get to the bottom of it.

Nothing we can say or do will make any difference. The story is all over the Internet now and I am sure that if Mason and Markus did lie about the whole thing then by now they would be shitting bricks.

So I say that we should just let this play itself out. There are those who will never let this go and that is a issue for them to deal with. I do believe that something happened. I do not think that rape is something to be joked about and I don't think that any of this is a laughing matter

This is Elmysterio and I am out.